Shedstore 10' x 8' Yardmaster Green Metal Shed 108GEYZ (3.03x2.37m) £289.99 Incl VAT & free delivery most areas! &&& TCB
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Shedstore 10' x 8' Yardmaster Green Metal Shed 108GEYZ (3.03x2.37m) £289.99 Incl VAT & free delivery most areas! &&& TCB

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Found 9th Dec 2016Made hot 9th Dec 2016
With great reviews and recommended.

Code: SHS17219
Precise dimensions for 10x8 metal garden shed: 9'11 x 7'9 (3.03x2.37m)

12 year cladding guarantee
Galvanised painted, inside & out
Anchor kit
Dark green walls
Rust free screws
Sliding internal doors
Handles holed ideal for a padlock
Customer Rating: 5*

Delivery 7-10 working days, however staff member said despatch closed from 19/12 for Christmas season, so expect delays.

21 Comments

Good luck putting it together

Original Poster

deanos

Good luck putting it together


I will master it, and charge £750 professional installation ☺️

deanos

Good luck putting it together


Yeah no exactly what you mean!

If anyone buys one, would you let me store my deer in it? X)

Ive got this one, which i put together myself, but for the roof i got someone to help me.

Expect to spend a long time on it, figuring it out and putting it together. Lots of occasions where you think parts are missing and parts that you think don't match up.

Bolt it down onto concrete if you can.

Also wear gloves! this metal sheeting will cut your hands up good and proper.

The only real bad thing i'll say about it is it does get condensation by the gallon load in summer.
Edited by: "J4GG4" 9th Dec 2016

don't buy these sheds they get terrible condensation trust me ave had one everything inside will be soaked

evilcod 2009

don't buy these sheds they get terrible condensation trust me ave had one … don't buy these sheds they get terrible condensation trust me ave had one everything inside will be soaked



Its not that bad, but it does get condensation. Plus if you've gone through the effort of installing it, then you can just buy a cheapo ventilation fan to stick on the side.. Cut a hole on it and bolt it on. Or just a vent... doesn't really have to be a fan.

I have 2 of these. Real pain to put together but nice and study once up. Condensation can be avoided by gluing polystyrene sheets to the inside of the roof. I use 1 inch thick polystyrene and have had no condensation issues at all. If laying on grass/soil, make sure you lay DPM under the concrete slabs to prevent water ingress from the ground.

Original Poster

Great advice, all appreciated thank you kindly, Definitely will ventilate, or it could double up as a sauna
Edited by: "Kezreald2012" 9th Dec 2016

It seems good value for the size, though not reduced on sale.
Personally, I don`t like sliding doors and a plastic door handle with a hole for a padlock seems a little ridiculous.
There are no windows, so the shed would be totally dark with the doors closed.
Door height is only 158 cm (5 foot 2 inches)
There may be problems with condensation in winter months
Also: no floor!
Edited by: "jasee" 9th Dec 2016

Please,Please,Please,if i can do one good thing for someone this christmas it would be to tell them not to buy these sheds.
They rust all over...seriously bad!!
I had to fight with Argos to get them to refund me,but they would only offer me a partial refund as i`d had it a few years.
Or they said i could order i different shed for the same price,the only ones they had of a similar price were metal too.
I asked for the Keter plastic shed,Smaller but £30 more.
They gave me the Keter at no extra charge and its great.
Best off saving a little more and buying a plastic shed,easier to maintain and no RUST.

1616french

Please,Please,Please,if i can do one good thing for someone this … Please,Please,Please,if i can do one good thing for someone this christmas it would be to tell them not to buy these sheds.They rust all over...seriously bad!!I had to fight with Argos to get them to refund me,but they would only offer me a partial refund as i`d had it a few years.Or they said i could order i different shed for the same price,the only ones they had of a similar price were metal too.I asked for the Keter plastic shed,Smaller but £30 more.They gave me the Keter at no extra charge and its great.Best off saving a little more and buying a plastic shed,easier to maintain and no RUST.



These are plastic coated galvenised.
Internally and externally.
It depends on the quality of the sheet and the coating but also on ventilation and whether guttering is fitted and the seal between the floor and the base.
Proper plastic coated galvenised sheet is used to construct industrial buildings and should last for tens of years.






Never buy one of these same as others have said they are terrible.

furbars

Never buy one of these same as others have said they are terrible.


I have one of these and it has been up for about 8 years. It has been good as it hasnt rusted but was a mare to install. Thousands of small bolts.

I have this Yardmaster shed, in this size..... put mine on a concrete base that has damp membrane. Bought it specifically to keep my bikes in as i dont have garage.
Had it 9 yrs now and its in as good cond now as the day i built it. No rust anywhere on the panels or fixings. The only maintenance i do is grease the runners for the sliding door.
You do get condensation, but it just beads on the inside of the panels, with the odd drip falling down. The condensation evaporates through the roof apex ventilation.
I keep two motorcycles in it and they haven't suffered any corrosion or adverse effects being in there.

I also have a 7X5 wooden shed, for the rest of my stuff..... but this is starting to look way past its best after 9 yrs, not to mention the hassle of the maintenance, preservative etc.
I shall be replacing it with one of these metal sheds prob next summer.

Can't say that I've had any rust issues at all. Yes it's a pain to put up and will realistically take 2 people 2 days but I think these are far superior to the lap wooden sheds! Just think of it as a man size Meccano! X)

It really needs two laymen and about 10/12 hours - I always end up drilling the last few holes

I have all three types metal, plastic & wooden sheds

metal types is the only one I would never have again - its not so much the initial hassle in putting it up which takes at least twice as long & is generally a pain in th backside...

its more to do with

a) the huge amount of condensation on the underside of the roof i.e. do not put anything in a metal shed that might be damaged by getting wet from the condensation dripping from the roof (so no electrical items)

b) after a few years or the shed roof started to rust despite being galvanised & so will require regular maitenance to stop it from getting holes in it - maybe some metal sheds are better quality but thats what happened to mine

c) the sheet metal is paper thin & so probably provides the least amount of security - wood isnt much better though as you can easily pry off wooden panels

Plastic sheds are by far the best as far as Im concerned & easily worth the extra cost
Edited by: "bayhabourbutcher" 4th Jan

lr777

Can't say that I've had any rust issues at all. Yes it's a pain to put up … Can't say that I've had any rust issues at all. Yes it's a pain to put up and will realistically take 2 people 2 days but I think these are far superior to the lap wooden sheds! Just think of it as a man size Meccano! X)



regarding the rust - just wait a few years & see if your opinion changes
Edited by: "bayhabourbutcher" 4th Jan

As others have also said, no rust issues. Had mine for over 8 years now. Get the prep right and reduce moisture penetration from the ground and you have nothing to worry about.
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